Black Friday Amazon Echo deals 2020: Echo Dot, Ring Video Doorbell, Echo Show, Fire tablets and more

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Besides Prime Day, Black Friday is the best time of year to buy an Amazon device. And even though Friday has come and gone, deals continue to be available over the weekend. Everything in the Amazon hardware family — Kindle readers, Echo Show devices, Fire tablets, Ring doorbells, Echo speakers and Fire TV streamers, for instance — is at or near its lowest price of the year. In fact, many of the products are so popular that some shipping times are currently slipping to late December. Most of these prices will stretch through Monday, but it’s not clear if or when we’ll see them again after that. However, between now and the end of the year, we don’t expect the prices

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Best Black Friday Tech Deals 2020: Headphones, Vacuums, Tablets & More

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  • Black Friday 2020 is upon us, and there are multiple great tech deals available right now for the picking.
  • Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Target, and the rest of your favorite retailers are cutting at prices for a number of their gadgets and other products.
  • You can check out the rest of our Black Friday and Cyber Monday coverage on Insider Reviews.
  • Need to keep up on limited-time Black Friday deals in real time? We’re already doing it for you.

Black Friday 2020 continues to roll out deals on a bunch of tech categories, like Apple devices, computers, tablets, cameras, smart home devices, gaming, and smart vacuums.

Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Target, and many more have started dropping prices for a number of popular devices and other products.

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HBO Max to stream on Amazon Fire TV, ‘Firestick’ and Fire tablets starting Tuesday

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Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, sometimes referred to by customers as a “Firestick,” is one of its most popular streaming devices. 


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HBO Max will launch its dedicated app on Amazon’s Fire TV devices, including its popular dongle often referred to as the “Firestick,” and Fire tablets on Tuesday. The change gives HBO Max’s customers an easier way to stream the service on Amazon products, and it’s the latest development that fills in some gaps in app support on the most popular streaming devices

The deal, announced Monday, puts to rest a major standoff that’s likely crimped HBO Max since its launch in May. This leaves Roku as the last major streaming device platform lacking support for HBO’s new app, which offers extra movies, shows and originals that don’t run on its regular network. 

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HBO Max Is Coming to Amazon Fire TV and Fire Tablets

The popular streaming platform HBO Max will be available on Amazon  (AMZN) – Get Report Fire TV streaming devices, Fire TV Edition smart TVs, and Fire Tablets starting Tuesday, parent WarnerMedia said in a statement.

HBO Max is the direct-to-consumer streaming offering of the WarnerMedia division of AT&T.  (T) – Get Report  With 10,000 hours of premium content, the HBO Max platform features the brands HBO, Warner Bros., DC, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Turner Classic Movies and others.

HBO subscribers will be able to log into the HBO Max app at no additional cost through Amazon Prime Video Channels by using their Amazon login credentials.

Fire TV and Fire tablets users will be able to login to HBO Max app by using their current HBO credentials, while new users can subscribe to HBO Max directly through the app.

HBO Max will be compatible with the entire

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GPD Win 3 PC gaming portable uses the slider form factor – Tablets – News

GPD has announced the Win 3 ultra mobile gaming PC. Japan’s PC Watch likened the design to that of the VAIO type U, but for those not familiar with that device I think it is better described as being like a Nintendo Switch but the screen slides up to reveal a physical keyboard. In the main picture below you can see it with slider open perched upon its dock.

One of the headlining specs of this UMPC is its Intel Core i7-1160G7 processor. This is a 7-15W Tiger Lake part built on the 10nm SuperFin process. It boasts 4 cores and 8 threads and runs at up to 4.40GHz turbo. Importantly for a portable gaming device, this SoC packs Intel Iris Xe graphics with 96EUs and a max clock of 1.10GHz. The platform supports Thunderbolt 4, PCIe 4.0 and can accommodate up to 32GB of LPDDR4x-4267 RAM (16GB

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